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Family
Marriage: Children:
  1. Agatha P. Friesen: Birth: 1798 in Neuendorf, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: Deceased

  2. Peter Peter Friesen: Birth: 1800. Death: Deceased

  3. Jacob Peter Friesen: Birth: 1802. Death: Deceased

  4. Bernhard Peter Friesen: Birth: 13 Nov 1805 in Neuendorf, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 13 Dec 1853 in South Russia

  5. Gerhard Peter Friesen: Birth: 1808. Death: Deceased

  6. Martin Peter Friesen: Birth: Abt 1812 in Neuendorf, Chortitza, South Russia. Death: 2 Jul 1866 in Novo Podolsk, Judenplan, South Russia


Sources
1. Title:   Grandma 4 CD
2. Title:   Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers:
Author:   Schapansky, Henry
Publication:   Mennonite Family History, October, 1991.
3. Title:   1801 Chortitza Colony Census. Odessa Region State Archives, Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 67
Page:   53
Text:   Microfilmed in August, 2000. This file contains a census of Mennonites in the Chortitza Colony compiled September 1, 1801 among other things.
4. Title:   1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816)

Notes
a. Note:   Birth Source: Neuendorf, The Old Colony Russia; The First Settlers: Birth Source: 1801 Chortitza Colony Census. Odessa Region State Archives , Fund 6, Inventory 1, File 67, page 53 Birth Source: 1816 Chortitza Colony Census (October, 1816) Notes: Henry Schapansky believes he may be a son of Jacob Friesen who is listed in the 1776 W. Prussia Census in Lindenau (MFH, Jan. , 1992, p. 29). He migrated from Lindenau, Prussia to Neuendorf, Chortitza, S. Russia in 1796 (B. H. Unruh, p. 267; P. Rempel, p. 35). In the 1801 and 1802 Chortitza Colony Censuses he is listed at Neuendorf #4 (B. H. Unruh, p. 254) and in the 1808 Census at Neuendorf #3 (B. H. Unruh, p. 267). In the Oct 1816 Census he is listed at Neuendorf #39. Other information: carpenter, farmer Immigration Source: Mennonite Migration to Russia, 1788-1828, page 35
  Henry Schapansky believes he may be a son of Jacob Friesen who is listed in the 1776 W. Prussia Census in Lindenau (MFH, Jan., 1992, p. 29). He migrated from Lindenau, Prussia to Neuendorf, Chortitza, S. Russia in 1796 (B. H. Unruh, p. 267; P. Rempel, p. 35). In the 1801 and 1802 Chortitza Colony Censuses he is listed at Neuendorf #4 (B. H. Unruh, p. 254) and in the 1808 Census at Neuendorf #3 (B. H. Unruh, p. 267). In the Oct 1816 Census he is listed at Neuendorf #39.
  carpenter, farmer


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